Former Bears HC Matt Nagy Returns to Kansas City Chiefs to Work With Patrick Mahomes

The Chiefs have found their quarterbacks coach for the 2022 season, and it's a familiar face for Andy Reid and the Kansas City offense. The Kansas City Chiefs are bringing back a familiar face as the team's quarterbacks coach for the 2022 season. Former Chicago Bears head coach and Chiefs offensive coordinator Matt Nagy is returning to Kansas City, the team announced Friday. Nagy will serve as "Senior Assistant/Quarterbacks Coach,"

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Nagy rejoins the Chiefs after four years as the head coach of the Chicago Bears, a position he accepted after being the Chiefs' quarterbacks coach from 2013-15, co-offensive coordinator in 2016, and KC's sole offensive coordinator in 2017.

Nagy and Mahomes as a team

Kafka was previously the only quarterbacks coach who quarterback Patrick Mahomes had played under as the team's starter, but Nagy and Mahomes overlapped briefly in 2017. In Mahomes's rookie season, with veteran Alex Smith still starting, Nagy was the team's offensive coordinator.

Nagy to work with Mahomes

After just missing out on the chance to work with Patrick Mahomes as a starter, Nagy will have the pleasure of helping the former MVP QB work his way back to the top of the AFC after the Chiefs‘ stunning loss to the Bengals in the AFC championship game.

Reid's track records with Nagy

Given Reid's track record—both with and without Nagy—the 2022 season could be a return to status quo if Mahomes and co. can keep playing in the style fans have grown accustomed to.

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